The first in Tom Jantol's Cirque du Machinima series. -- HEL Animated circus act about love stronger then time. "Here is the first of my Machinima circus movies. I'm planing to make one each month. Every movie will be one short circus act based on simple premise: everything is possible in circus, specially in animated one. So, along with humanoid characters, in Cirque du Machinima performers will be toys, all kind of strange mechanism, sculptures, bicycles, cars, trees, everyday stuff. In... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Jantol, Tom, Motionbuilder, Autodesk
This is the same Jungle Jinks cartoon that was uploaded to the archive a few years back I just restored it a little. On todays standard of political correctness this cartoon would rate a zero. Topics: cartoon, animation, digitally, restored, banned, uncle, tom, eva
Plot taken from IMDb: A German "ohm-pah" trio is incomplete until their tuba player arrives on a boat from overseas. The resulting quartet brings the whole town out for a German dance party, until the police arrive to take the "tuba tooter" to jail. ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Tom and Jerry, Van Beuren Studios
byCreator: Gene Deitch, Produced by: TerryToons Studio.
Tom Terrific was an early animated series on American television, presented as part of the Captain Kangaroo children's television show. Created by Gene Deitch under the Terrytoons studio (which was a subsidiary of CBS), Tom Terrific ran in a series of five-minute cartoons created specifically for the Captain Kangaroo show from 1957-1959, and was rerun on Kangaroo for years thereafter. Drawn in a simple, even clumsy, style, it featured a gee-whiz boy hero, Tom Terrific, who lived in a treehouse... Topics: TV, Kid TV, Tom Terrific, Manfred, Classic TV, 1950, 1960, Cartoon, Captain Kangaroo
"The Great Depression has hit a rundown farm owned by a Farmer Alfalfalike farmer. As the old man sleeps on his porch, objects around him begin to break down. /.../ Just then saxophone salesmen Tom and Jerry happen by the farm. The farmer is indifferent to their music ("Aw, nuts!"), so the duo decide to show him how useful saxophones can be. Their jazzy tunes soon have the farmer's chickens laying eggs, his cow churning out milk, and his woodpeckers chopping wood to the beat. The... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Tom and Jerry, Van Beuren Studios, The Great Depression
Tom and Jerry go fishing. Van Beuren's "Tom and Jerry" series was renamed "Dick and Larry" in the 1950s. That's why the title card presents this cartoon as a "A Dick and Larry Carton". ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Tom and Jerry, Van Beuren Studios